Different Learners: Identifying, Preventing, and Treating Your Child's Learning Problems
"My child is having trouble in school.
What should I do?"
When parents are told that their child is having difficulty in school, they often don’t know where to turn for reliable information and advice. They may be confused by conflicting claims of "cures" or may mistakenly think that, because some learning problems are genetically based, they can do nothing to help. Even...more
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Back in the twelfth century, a poet and philosopher named Hildegard of Bingen came up with a metaphor that remains relevant today. At birth, each child comes equipped with a golden tent of creative potential all folded up inside. It is the task of the individual, throughout life, to unfold that tent—and to the adults in each child’s life to assist that process. Nine centuries later, I seriously wonder, how well are we doing?
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But then, that's just my kid and her "problems" are pretty mild. This is a ...more
My two kids are doing very well in school, but knowing what could be wrong will help me to catch any alarming signs before it becomes a real problem. Preventing is always easier than repairing.